Paul McCartney's ex-wife, Heather Mills, has revealed via her Twitter that she was approached to work with Capcom on Bionic Commando.
Apparently she wanted the developer to fork over a large figured sum to charity but they couldn't agree, with Mills calling them "stingy" in the process. No word from Capcom yet.
If you haven't followed the story of one Heather Mills then you've missed quite the press related drama - but to mention such things here could provoke a biased response so I'll be mature about it and won't refer to her attempts to bleed Ex-Beatle McCartney dry.
"Got offered to promote an amputee bionic computer game, from a wealthy computer games company, I said if you donate a large sum to charity," said amputee Mills on her Twitter.
Obviously the chatter between the two soured... by her account anyway.
"The stingy company came back saying they couldn't, what happened to charitable businesses, seems they just want to exploit and give nothing."
The 'tight-fisted' Capcom are yet to comment, as they're likely too busy counting money and plotting the downfall of charities everywhere.